Sloves Shows Us Some "Real Love"

November 27, 2015 -

Bradley J. Callison

At the young age of 21, Sloves has some love for us. The Los Angeles resident has been masterfully and gracefully balancing school at the University of Nevada, attending Icon Collective in LA, a music internship with Party Thieves and producing everything from future bass and house to rap. A life-long drummer and known for breaking genre barriers, Sloves always leaves listeners wanting more and doesn't disappoint, especially with his latest release, "Real Love". Sloves has already been taking the West Coast by storm and has performed alongside G-EazyBorgore and DJ Mustard. With plans to continue to dominate the production scene, Sloves is one to keep an eye on in 2016.

The "Real Love" rework is just the right amount of what is to come for Sloves in the future. The remix features a relaxed tempo and all the right feels combined with some smooth synth action. Deliciate and innovative, Sloves shows us a glimpse of the near future. The carefully mastered track captures the emotions that the music and vocals portray. Sloves puts an airy twist on the original track perfect for any music audience. His style and work ethic will without a doubt lead to bigger and better things in 2016 and beyond. "Real Love" is available as a free download here.

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